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Complete Coach Works launches new website

Posted on February 14, 2019

Complete Coach Works' revamped website features a streamlined and simplified design.
Complete Coach Works' revamped website features a streamlined and simplified design.

Complete Coach Works (CCW) announced the launch of its newly designed website, https://completecoach.com/. The completely revamped website features a streamlined and simplified design, improved functionality, and enriched content to help transit operators make well-informed decisions about their transportation needs and goals.

With a fresh look and feel, the new site affords users the opportunity to navigate through CCW’s service offerings with ease. Delivering a fully responsive experience, the new website gives users a seamless transition from desktop to mobile browsing.

CCW’s new website will be regularly updated with company related projects, accomplishments, and events. Visitors are encouraged to explore the new website and sign up for CCW’s mailing list to receive direct emails on the company’s latest news.

“A lot of thought went into how we would organize the abundance of information we have to relay to our customers, potential customers, and job seekers. We are thrilled to debut our new company website as a great opportunity to learn more about what kind of company CCW is”, stated Director of Sales and Marketing, Brad Carson.

This website redesign is truly another way CCW is committed to creating the best experience for their customers, according to the company.

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